Wings are not up for former President Barack Obama.
His personal tradition, that is, of releasing his March Madness brackets, since President Trump declined ESPN's invitation to publish one. In what's likely a clerical error, Obama's has Washington beating Notre Dame to get there, but Notre Dame is actually in a different bracket.
The Obama Foundation tweeted Obama's picks for #MarchMadness 2017 on Wednesday, "in the spirit of good sportsmanship & good citizenship".
Notre Dame, South Carolina and Washington are also predicted to reach the women's Final Four along with CT.
Last year, Obama had Kansas winning it all in his bracket.
Obama's lack of upsets continue as he picks all the No. 1 seeds other than Gonzaga to advance, and three of the four two seeds.
Obama has the Wildcats losing to Duke in the Final Four, and then a rival-filled title game between Duke and UNC. What a guy. This year's version of "Baracktology" has the former president pick Kansas, North Carolina, Duke and Arizona as his Final Four. It became an annual tradition for Obama to make his choices public while in the White House.